$225 Members, $275 Nonmembers
Aftercare: $65 per student per week
"[My daughter] liked every part of the week. She became bereft Thursday afternoon knowing that it would come to an end." — Parent, Summer Camper
"How rewarding [it is] to find a place that brings the best of so many camps [...] and is able to also showcase the richness of Asia and its contributions." — Parent, Summer Camper
"My kids were very happy all week; every day for them was so much fun. They made very good friends. They enjoyed and appreciated the service and attention they received from each one of the instructors." — Parent, Summer Camper
Filmmaking with Writers in the Schools (WITS) Digital [ONLINE ONLY]
Monday – Friday, June 8–12
Create your own stories and poems, then bring them to life onscreen and showcase your film!
Recommended for students ages 9–12.
Manga POP and Manga Digital
Monday – Friday, July 6–10
Create your own comics inspired by the Japanese manga style! Advanced manga students, bring your comics to life on the web.
Manga POP is recommended for students ages 9–12.
Manga Digital is recommended for students ages 11–14 with drawing experience. Students must provide their own tablets.
On to the Tokyo Summer Games!
Monday – Friday, July 20–24
Play different Olympic Games each day and learn about their connections to Asian countries!
Recommended for students ages 8–11.
Dances of China
Monday – Friday, August 3–7
Learn about traditional and contemporary Chinese dance, create props and costumes, and perform for friends and family on the final day of camp!
Recommended for students ages 6–9.
There is a $100 fee for all cancelations. In order for a registrant to receive a refund (minus cancelation fee) for a camp cancelation, registrants must contact Asia Society's Education and Outreach department in writing no later than 10 business days prior to the first day of camp. There are no refunds for camps canceled or dropped less than 10 business days before camp begins.
Major support for Education & Outreach programs at Asia Society Texas Center comes from Nancy C. Allen, Chinhui Juhn and Eddie Allen, and Mary Lawrence Porter, as well as The Brown Foundation, Inc., and The Houston Endowment. Additional funding is also provided by the George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation, as well as through contributions from the Friends of Asia Society, a dedicated group of individuals committed to bringing exceptional programming and exhibitions to Asia Society Texas Center. Generous support for summer camps provided by the Asia Society Texas Center Education and Outreach Committee.